NEWS SOURCE: JK Venture Partners

Limited First Edition Heliodisplay M1 Available through eBay Auction

PHOENIX, Ariz. – August 29 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — JK Venture Partners announced today that it has acquired the rights to sell on eBay some of the first IO2 Heliodisplays available on the market. The IO2 Heliodisplay is the patented display that projects a full-color image onto thin air. Individuals and businesses alike may bid to buy a Limited First Edition Heliodisplay M1, through eBay Auction number 5235836491.

The Heliodisplay, covered extensively by media sources such as The Discovery Channel, CNN, The New York Times, MIT Technology Review, Slashdot, and Wired Magazine, allows for full-color, full-motion video to be displayed in mid-air, without a physical screen. With any standard video source (such as a computer or a DVD player), the Heliodisplay projects a SuperVGA-resolution image into the air that the viewer can walk around and even touch. Now, anyone can bid on a limited, first-edition Heliodisplay M1 — not just the unit, but also some perks.

Included for the winning bidder will be a one-on-one tour (with hamburger lunch) of the San Francisco facilities of IO2 Technology, and complete user familiarization session, both conducted by the Heliodisplay’s inventor, Chad Dyner. Dyner commented, “The Heliodisplay is a breakthrough technology, and the winning bidder of this auction will own a signed, authentic first edition of one of the first Heliodisplays made: a functional, plug-and-play prototype display that projects onto thin air. Also, they’ll get a free lunch.”

Despite Chad’s friendly demeanor, the Heliodisplay has serious capabilities, and IO2 Technology is reportedly courting customer inquiries from several business market segments. Consumers, as well as professionals in the advertising, trade show, signage, and entertainment industries are likely to be among the bidders. The eBay auction number for the first-edition Heliodisplay M1 is 5235836491, with a starting price of $1.

The Heliodisplay is completely plug-and-play, and ready for use with any video source in an office or home. It displays a 22″ diagonal (4:3 width:length aspect ratio) image in full color, at a native S-VGA resolution of 800×600 (supports XVGA – 1024×768 in expanded mode). Because it projects light onto air, it works best in an indoor setting, with still air, and as with any projector or display, the image looks best when the room is darkened.

Although still considered only a prototype, and an early-stage proof of IO2’s technology, the Heliodisplay is easy to use, and comes with full technical support, and a six-month warranty on all parts and labor. It runs on a standard household power outlet. For more information about the Heliodisplay, potential bidders are invited to visit the informational website for the auction, , or view the Ebay eBay auction directly, by searching on eBay for 5235836491.

About JK Venture Partners

JK Venture Partners, of Phoenix, Arizona, provides transactional advice and facilitation. For more information about JK Venture Partners, visit, or email info @

“eBay” is a registered trademark of eBay Inc., which is not affiliated with IO2 Technology or JK Venture Partners.

News issued by: JK Venture Partners

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Original Story ID: (715) :: 2005-08-0829-006

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NEWS SOURCE: JK Venture Partners | Published: 2005-08-29 17:23:00

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